The City’s new public works chair on cycling

Illustration by Warren Wheeler. Councillor Robinson says she’s excited to work with Mayor Tory to roll out cycling infrastructure as chair of the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee But what’s it like biking in her ward? Story by Jenna Campbell … Continue reading

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Too pretty to ride a bike? Go cluck yourself

Too Pretty to Ride a Bike? Go Cluck Yourself.  Story by Claire McFarlane, Illustration by Ian Sullivan Cant I was recently sent into a spiral of anger whilst riding my bike, and it wasn’t for the usual cab-driver-turning-right-into-me-without-signalling kind of … Continue reading

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City councillor pushing for slower speed limits on residential roads

City councillor pushing for slower speed limits on residential roads Story and photo by Jenna Campbell UPDATE: The report back on lower speed limits from transportation services will now be brought to the Public Works and Infrastructure Committee in April. … Continue reading

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Still we ride? A review of Critical Mass in Toronto

Critical Mass in Toronto during sunnier, more well-attended times. Photo by Martin Reis. Still we ride? Critical Mass is going strong around the world. So why are Toronto’s numbers dwindling? Guest blog by Brennan Doherty Photos by Martin Reis

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